Dropbox Adds Support Of Automatic Screenshot Sharing And IPhoto Imports

Posted: Oct 1 2013, 5:17am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Dropbox Adds Automatic Screenshot Sharing and iPhoto Imports

The Dropbox update now includes automatic screenshot saving and sharing along with support of one-click imports from iPhoto library. All photo enthusiasts can now enjoy the facility on their Mac or personal computer as well.

The latest version of Dropbox has been termed the 2.4.0 and it is available on your Mac. iPhotos can now be brought to Dropbox without any hitch or delay. The facility acts in tandem with iPhoto 7.0. Access is dependent upon the Import tab in the Preferences menu.

Besides all this, the screenshots can be collected in the memory bank of Dropbox. People had always thought about why they couldn’t save their photos to Dropbox on their computer. Well, now their wish has been granted. Pictures can now also be shared as per user discretion. Via the cloud community all collective viewing can take place easily. This feature had been much in demand and finally it has arrived.

There is no more need for extraneous software equipment. Dropbox is here along with the iPhoto transfer facility. So there is simply no need to worry. The moment you take a snap, a file link is quickly relayed to your clipboard.

This sharing platform may be disabled by a single command if you want to edit the photos. For those people who utilize OS X, their entire iPhoto albums can now be shifted to Dropbox by a mere click. This cool feature has bedazzled the camera-conscious crowd. It has done away at one stroke with the hassles of pasting, saving and uploading all those colorful pictures.

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